ADRIAN CHALIFOUR w. TANDM and NOA - JOY Album Release Show

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The Cameron House

408 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5V 2A7

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Official Toronto album release show for Adrian Chalifour's new album JOY. Also featuring Toronto artist TANDM and NOA.

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Toronto ALBUM RELEASE SHOW for Adrian Chalifour's new album JOY (available October 4, 2019)! Joining the bill are Toronto artists Tandm and NOA (a fellow alumnus of The Launch)

Tickets: $10 advance/door

LIMITED CAPACITY! Online advance tickets are recommended due to the limited capacity of the venue:

ABOUT ADRIAN CHALIFOUR

Victoria, BC's Adrian Chalifour has created his distinct brand of heart-driven music for well over a decade - most notably as the driving force behind Towers and Trees, a solo home-recording project-turned-indie-band that spanned seven years, charted on Canadian radio, toured extensively and performed to packed houses at Canadian Music Week, Indie Week, Breakout West and more before going on hiatus in 2017.

His latest solo album JOY is a culmination of the changes and tensions that bore it: the unraveling of his band with age and distance even as the new record took shape; and his own step into fatherhood and newfound desire to show his daughter dreams are always worth pursuing. Within the constant cycle of old ends and new beginnings that form the strata of our lives, Chalifour found himself meditating on a simple, rhetorical(?) question: Does everything return to joy?

ABOUT TANDM

Vocalist and guitarist Maxine Beck-Sinderby and drummer Thomas Franklin met serendipitously at a music studio in high school. Maxine’s undeniable musical talent runs in her family: her uncles are Grammy-winning Canadian musician Jason Beck known to the world as Chilly Gonzales and prolific Hollywood film composer Christophe Beck, known for his Emmy-award winning work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and blockbuster films Frozen, Frozen II and Ant-Man. Thomas honed his craft first with international touring jazz drummer Bill Ransom in the US, and then with renowned Toronto musician Anthony Michelli. Both classically and jazz-trained in multiple instruments, Thomas and Maxine started writing and performing their music in Canada and Sweden; and have performed with Swedish guitarist and songwriter Janne Schaffer of ABBA fame.

In early live performances their instrumentation was minimal, and they soon developed a signature sound marked by Maxine’s silky vocals and catchy reverb-filled guitar riffs, driven forward by the energy of Thomas’s drum flourishes. Drawing inspiration from the likes of ALVVAYS, The Black Keys, Foals, Of Monsters and Men, and Daughter, TANDM’s music weaves stories around the complexities of life. From personal pleasures and conflicts to the flaws in society encountered in young adulthood, TANDM’s upbeat sounds, vivid narratives and captivating melodies create a bittersweet and memorable experience for the audience that echoes long after a first listen.

ABOUT NOA

NOA is a Toronto-born, L.A.-based pop singer-songwriter who's about to take the music industry by storm. NOA's music blends vibrant, catchy melodies with resonant emotional themes -- from relationships and hookups to female empowerment and self-realization. All the while, NOA's artistic voice maintains a fun, lighthearted tone that helps lift her fans above the noise and negativity of everyday life. NOA has been featured in some of the most-read publications in the world including Rolling Stone and Buzzfeed. NOA’s dedicated fans have followed her to sold out shows from Toronto's Drake Hotel to Los Angeles's Hotel Cafe, and the community grows everyday.

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The Cameron House

408 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5V 2A7

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